Pure oxygen is produced without any additives, with no additional oxygen cylinder supply required and with no environmental pollution.
Portable Oxygen Concentrator- 5 l/m
( Continuous and Pulse Flow)
- In continuous flow mode, the device will provide a continuous flow of oxygen but will consume more power and have a battery life of 2.5 hours
- In pulse mode, the device will deliver a pulse of oxygen at the beginning of each of the patient’s inhalation. Average battery life is 5 hours
- There are no oxygen bottles that need replacement – air is drawn from the atmosphere and purified by the machine.
- This machine comes with spare filters which should last the lifetime of the machine.
- All machines come supplied with cannulas and bottles.
- All machines come supplied with a carry bag and trolley
- There is a 12-month warranty on the concentrators.
- There are NAPPI codes for the products; so claiming from Medical Aid is not complicated.
- We deliver and personally set up the machines (if possible).
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|Operating Conditions||Operational Temperature: 41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
Relative humidity: 15% to 95%
Altitude: up to 7,500 ft. (2500m)
|Storage and Transport Conditions||-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)-unit only
Relative humidity : up to 95%, non-condensing
|Oxygen Concentration||93% +/-+3% at all settings|
|Flow Settings and Pulse Volumes||Pulse Mode
1=8ml; 2=17ml; 3=25ml; 4=34ml;
5=42ml; 6=50ml; 7=58ml; 8=66ml;
9=74ml; 10=83ml;11=91ml; 12=100ml;
+/-15% or 4ml, whichever is greater ( Average of 20 consecutive breaths) up to a max of 2000ml/min+/-200ml
+/-10% or 100/min, whichever is greater
(3 minute running average)
Note: Max recommended flow is 2 LPM ( at nominal outlet pressures of 0 and 7 kPa).
|User Interface||Power switch, Push buttons, back-light liquid crystal display (LCD)|
|Dimensions||200 (L) X 230 (W) X 325 (H)mm|
|Sound Level||46 dBA max. at Nominal Continuous Mode Setting of 2 Front 1M|
|Audio Alarm||50 decibels (nominal) at 39 in. (1m)|
|Outlet Pressure||8.5 psi +/- 0.5 psi|
|Based on an atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psi (101kPa) at 70°F (21°C)|